Hannah joins the firm as a recent graduate from Tulane University, where she earned both her Bachelor and Master of Architecture. Throughout her education, her work was strongly influenced by Tulane’s Newcomb Scholars program and the historical Newcomb College, originally founded—and today preserved—to promote a feminist vision. This foundation shaped Hannah’s belief that architecture sculpts our social and environmental relationships, and empowered her vision integrating social and political values into the design process—designing with intention to create inclusive socio-political landscapes. Upon graduating, she received the AIA Louisiana Celebrate Architecture Scholarship and a commendation for her thesis work.
Originally from Washington State, near Seattle, Hannah grew up in urban environments seated between mountains and water. An avid climber, hiker, and kayaker, she developed a deep relationship with nature and an understanding of its importance in proximity to our urban environments. Outside of the office, she enjoys drinking coffee and biking along the levee with friends.